INJURY PREVENTION and MANAGEMENT

It's not possible to safeguard against injuries completely. Sudden injuries can happen anywhere at anytime and can simply be down to bad luck. But when it comes to exercise related injuries you can train smarter to reduce the risk of being affected. Injuries picked up through regular exercise are known as repetitive strain injuries (RSIs) which are most likely caused by overtraining and/or inadequate rest. Common RSIs include shin splints, knee tendinitis, tennis elbow - all causing pain to the affected area when exercising. The first thing you should do to combat these injuries is stop doing the exercises that are causing the pain. It sounds obvious but most of us are guilty of training through an injury because we're so homed in on achieving a fitness goal that we're blind to damage we're causing. Such an approach only worsens the injury and ultimately leads to greater frustration due to prolonged downtime... See more

TRAINING FREQUENCY

HIIT, LISS and MET CON

THE BENEFITS OF RESISTANCE TRAINING

FLEXIBILITY

EFFECTIVE CARDIO TRAINING METHODS

EXERCISE FOR PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH